How to Tie the Y2K Fly

Unlike the original “Y2K Bug”… You can count on this one to deliver on its promise to f#!k stuff up. Once again Tim Flagler at TightLineVideo provides us with the recipe for a funky, yet reliable fly. While purists may cringe at the Y2K Fly, it serves as a great attractor pattern when nothing “anatomically correct” seems to be doing the trick. You can file this one under WTF along with the “sex dungeon”, “mop fly”, and “trout brain” – nobody’s quite sure why they work, but they just do.

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